A key driver of the Australian federal government’s response to COVID-19, ex-Finance Minister Mathias Cormann will be joining Business News on Friday August 7 as part of their Politics & Policy event series.

Hosted at the Grand Ballroom in Crown Perth, join Senator Cormann for breakfast as he provides an insider’s account of the machinations of government during this unprecedented time of upheaval. The event will shine a light on one of the defining periods in modern Australian history and provide insight into the reasons behind his departure from politics.

Senator Mathias Cormann

For those unable to attend in person, but still interested in hearing the discussion, Business News are offering a paid online registration option.

The event will be moderated in conversation with Nine News Perth’s Gary Adshead.

Event Details

When: Friday 7 August, 7am – 9am
Where: Grand Ballroom, Crown Perth
Tickets: $130
Subscribers $120
Corporate Table: $1100

Get tickets here 

Image credit: Business News.
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